The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency announced the beginning of the 30-day public comment period Wednesday.
“This 30-day comment period gives Aboriginal groups, governments and the public an opportunity to submit their views in writing to the panel on the adequacy of the additional information as measured against the EIS Guidelines and on the technical merit of the information presented. Opportunities to present overall views on the project will be provided at the future public hearing,” the public notice reads.
Once the 30-day period ends, the panel will determine whether it has sufficient information to proceed to the public hearing. A public notice will be issued and interested parties notified at least 30 days prior to the commencement of the hearing.
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